There are a number of different form factors to consider when replacing or upgrading a motherboard. This module provides an overview of many motherboard types, and provides some helpful tips for easily identifying ATX, NLX, microATX, BTX, microBTX, and picoBTX motherboard form factors.
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Just for people interested in motherboard form factors past what’s required for the A+ exam.
So the MicroBTX motherboard is commonly used today. Also the ATX is still being used. I had no idea that there were so many types of motherboards out there.
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